Exploring Polygons and art making with 3D printing

In learning about how Blender works where the user manipulates individual polygons, I have been looking for examples of artists who work with organic 3D modelling and 3D printing to create works of art.

The first reference I came across since learning about Blender was the Big Blue Bear in Denver Colorado USA. The formal name of the artwork is I see what you mean (2005) by Lawrence Argent. The statue is over 12 metres tall (40 feet). It’s surface is covered in triangular polygons and it is blue because the scuptures maquette was 3D printed in blue plastic instead of the original earth tones to represent Colorado.

Big Blue Bear statue from denver colorado
Big Blue Bear Statue

I have also been watching how Herschel Shapiro creates wall sculptures using 3D printed parts

Sources

Denver’s Big Blue Bear Statue

One thought on “Exploring Polygons and art making with 3D printing

  • May 30, 2024 at 3:49 pm
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    The fusion of polygons and art-making with 3D printing opens up a world of creative possibilities, much like the innovative work done by Embroidery Digitizing Company UK. Both fields leverage advanced technology to transform traditional crafts into modern masterpieces.

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